Saturday, February 2, 2008

Welcome to my first blog post! I'm a newbie blogger, and I was inspired to blog by my good friend Lili. I love to cook, and I love to eat, so with her encouragement, I decided to make a cooking blog.
It's sometimes a challenge to come up with new and exciting recipes for my family. I'm a vegetarian, my husband is NOT, and my two young daughters fall somewhere in between us (sometimes they like meat, sometimes they don't). So my challenge will be to find and make a new recipe each week, and to take pics to show the world (or just my friends) my successes and failures.
My first official recipe will be tomorrow!

7 comments:

Lili & Robin said...

I am excited that you are a blogger! Your blog is really cute. Love the tomato header.

happy cooking!

-Lili

Lili & Robin said...

I am officially your Blog Stalker!!!!!!! I changed my photo. Remember, you showed me this one a while ago?! So, what's cookin? Get it! Apparently, I am gonna blog a second blog for myself in your comments. Wait until my MIL sees this......I am so going to show her.

-Lil

Donna & Joe said...

Welcome to Blogville! Looking forward to your recipes.

Donna :)

Anonymous said...

I am really enjoying your recipes and trust we will get to taste the jaffa cakes when we come to visit in March! The pancakes sound yummy too, maybe too healthy for me....

Dad

taste tester 1 said...

I'm blessed to have such a great cook (and wife) in the house. I'll be sure to give you all the "real scoop" on all these recipes. I can't wait to dig in!

Anonymous said...

Paula,

Your recipes are fun to follow and I will enjoy trying out some of them, especially the carrot cake. Funnily enough, I was watching Ina Garten earlier this week on the food channel and she made a carrot cake too, and I remembered distinctly that she said not to put the carrots in the processor as it becomes all "mushy" and it was worth the extra trouble to use the grater.....so there you go, you did the right thing.

Dad

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